Saturday 5 May marks the 10th anniversary of the Narooma Oyster Festival. Come and savour fresh local oysters from all the estuaries in this NSW South Coast region. Kicking off at 6pm on Friday night and continuing all day Saturday 5 May, this year promises even more from this food festival that has won three tourism awards.
Head to the beautiful NSW South Coast to savour all the local specialities of the Narooma region. The oysters will be the highlight (of course) and there is lots of free family entertainment with a carnival atmosphere, as well as cooked food from the country's finest hatted chefs. There will be heaps of stalls to browse through, roving entertainers, musicians and celebration fireworks as well.
Narooma Oyster Festival 2018 on the beautiful NSW South Coast. Photo courtesy of event Facebook page.
Come and enjoy the cosmopolitan food, excellent wines, cooking demos and what about joining in on the oyster shucking competition?
For everyone who is a real foodie and oyster aficionado, did you know you can book The Ultimate Oyster Experience and enjoy an hour with local oyster farmers presenting you with natural oysters and how they grow them? Also, as part of this experience, you will enjoy Angasi, Pacific and Sydney Rock Oysters paired with complementing wines. This experience is limited to 15 people per sitting, so bookings are a must. The cost includes entry into the festival.
This year's festival program is still being organised but based on the last ten years, this one will be bigger and better than ever. Come and celebrate with all the stallholders at the Narooma Oyster Festival.
Narooma Oyster Festival 2018. Photo courtesy of event Facebook page.
The Narooma Oyster Festival 2018 will put lots of smiles on foodies and gourmet food lovers faces. Organise your family, friends and fellow foodies now so you can book the dates. Make this festival a weekend away to remember.
As mentioned before, the festival line-up is still ongoing but you can keep track of what's happening with announcements by clicking here.
Tickets start from $15 and are available from Eventbrite. Click here for more information.